A Philadelphia Eagles fanatic who traveled to Lambeau Field to watch his team battle Green Bay Packers gave the crowd a little more to see than they expected after slipping his shirt on his chest seemed to be a tribute to the city of brotherly love.
EAGLES CORNERBACK AVONTE MADDOX expanded after being hit by the team in the fourth quarter, Liberty Bell, the Philadelphia skyline and Phillie Phanatic – the mascot of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Social media users quickly pointed out how strange the Phillip Phanatic tattoo was. The mascot's muzzle appeared around the man's navel.
PATRICK MAHOMES OF KANSAS CITY CHIEFS COULD FOR AN EXTENSION OF THE CONTRACT BY 200 MILLION. US DOLLAR APPLIED His breast tattoos were shaded. It seems that the man also had a tattoo labeled "We the People" on his left bicep.
The man was later identified by WPVI-TV as Robert Dunphy. He told the station that he had traveled to Wisconsin overnight to see his favorite Packers team at the historic NFL Stadium.
"I wanted to see Lambeau, which is a historic landmark. Now we see the Eagles beating the Packers, "he told the station.
The Eagles defeated the Packers 31
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